Practice Areas

Adoption

The process of adopting a child in Georgia is designed to place children with families qualified to provide a safe, nurturing environment. While the length of the adoption process varies based on the circumstances of each individual case, it can take months or even longer to complete. Adoptions in Georgia involve a seven-step process that includes orientation, family evaluation, training, and more designed to make sure families are prepared to take a new child into their home. With so much at stake, it’s critical that you have an experienced adoption attorney to ensure every step of the process is legally sound. Mr. Pinnero will work hard to finalize each detail so you can focus on your growing family.
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Bankruptcy

Are you struggling to pay your bills? Is your credit card debt piling up? Are you facing foreclosure or repossession? We can help! You don’t have to live with the stress of bills and legal threats. Let Mr. Pinnero help you get a fresh start with a customized debt resolution. Call Mr. Pinnero at (229)-436-9661 to schedule your free initial consultation and find out how we can help you with your chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy.
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Criminal Defense

The Law Office of Robert J. Pinnero handles a vast number of criminal charges in the Albany area and surrounding counties. Attorney Robert J. Pinnero has the resources, experience and dedication to succeed on the behalf of the criminally accused. Both misdemeanor and felony crimes are serious matters, and you can find the tough, aggressive protection you need when you contact the firm.
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Personal Injury

Here at Robert J. Pinnero, P.C., we've built a reputation for fighting for car accident victims rights. It's because we know how particularly devastating car accidents can be—not just on a person's health, but on their finances—that we fight aggressively and incisively on behalf of the victims who need it.
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Uncontested Divorce

Often, when people call our office, they will state that the divorce is uncontested just because the parties agree that they both want a divorce. While it may make the process easier if both parties agree to this ultimate outcome, this is not what attorneys are referring to when they ask whether a matter is uncontested. Instead, an uncontested divorce means that the parties have come to an agreement regarding all of the four major items related to a divorce: Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony, and Equitable Division of Assets and Liabilities. Regardless of how your reach your uncontested agreement, it is important to retain counsel to review your proposed plan, offer suggestions for changes, and to ultimately draft all of the necessary paperwork to facilitate the filing of the uncontested divorce matter.
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